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Old 17 Jun 2019, 13:40 (Ref:3912433)   #76
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Is the long straight tunnelling or dredging the earlier section of track?
As drawn it appears to be tunnel but there isn't much space from a tunnel exit to pit entry.
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Is the long straight tunnelling or dredging the earlier section of track?
As drawn it appears to be tunnel but there isn't much space from a tunnel exit to pit entry.
tunnelling, gap between tunnel exit and pit in is 200m.
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Old 21 Jun 2019, 02:37 (Ref:3913219)   #78
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ok, this is one of my unnumbered concept track after le mans. this is a permanent street styled track. track length is 6.7km with 2 straights over 1km and a wiggly section of 1.3km. T3 is an option of a very fast kink with no run-off or a comparatively slower chicane with some run-off.
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track 39 is more of a club/national circuit being just over 2km in length. scale is 1cm=20m, giving the front straight a length of 580m(29cm). length of full circuit is 2.060km(103cm) (almost the length of the headphone wire I used to trace the circuit to measure)
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track 40 is an anticlockwise track with 15 corners. its aimed at touring cars such as the V8 supercars and DTM, maybe IMSA at best. scale is 1cm=25m, giving the front straight a length of 625m. it T1 chicane can be skipped for a 800m straight.
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